The touch light was invented by Scott M at Liberty Harbor, New York. Kunen. He applied for a patent for the touch lamp twice, and the most recent patent was issued in May 26, 1987. The recent patent was a continuation of part of the first patent and was granted the first patent to upgrade, allowing the control equipment to be in a small box directly inserted into the wall without additional wiring. The touch light was invented in 1984 and updated in 1987. Since then, it has evolved into many different versions of the touch light. Because there are wall scones and floor lamps that are also touch lamp styles, these are not limited to table lamps. Kunen invented the first wiring circuit and electrical module that could be converted into a touch lamp. The beginning of the invention began with him, and he used the calculation of the capacitance and oscillator frequency to determine the correct equation for the touch lamp. The full name of the touch lamp in the patent application is \"touch- Control switch for lights, etc. \"The purpose is to provide a power control that is operated by touch rather than by a wired electrical connection to the lamp. There are various touch lights with different designs and decorations. The part that should be touched during operation is the metal part of the lamp. There are many lights. By tapping one, two or three times, respectively, lighting horizontally like low, medium, and light. The touch light has many different sizes and styles. Almost all lights can be turned into touch lights. Floor lamp, desk lamp and bedside table are the most popular touch lights. Sizes vary from manufacturer to design. The touch light is especially beneficial when placed by the bed. They avoided having to get up and turn off the light switch. They create convenience and comfort for those who use them.